Some people will tell you that the worst Pokémon designs are the ones based on real-world items, rather than animals. Those people are wrong. Actually, some of the best creatures in the pocket monster roster are ones based on inanimate objects.
Last month Nintendo and Mattel teamed up to create the first ever Super Mario character cars. Each is a wheeled work of art, but with eight different vehicles at $.97 a pop, snagging the whole set might be tough.
Many video games, usually RPGs, contain a system by which the strengths and weaknesses of your character are defined by a set of attributes. Here is my definitive ranking of common video game attributes, ranked from worst to best.
Pokémon canon appears to ignore the very real issue of carnivory. Is there Pokémon husbandry? Which Pokémon are raised, or hunted, or caught and trapped as food? Can vegetarians eat Bulbasaur? Nintendo has dodged this issue too long. These are the Pokémon I think would be tastiest.
Blizzard’s take on the class-based-shooter is so vibrant and full of personality, that each individual character has inspired its own army/fandom. And yet, some heroes are still better than others.
For some people, the first set of Pokémon designed by Game Freak might as well be the only Pokémon that exist.
The wasteland can be a lonely place. Fortunately, Bethesda’s garbage pick-up simulator doesn’t force you to take on the Commonwealth all on your own.
Here at Kotaku, we like ranking things. Some of us also like playing Destiny. Let’s put those two things together and see what happens!
As a series, Gears of War likely has the best weapons in any shooter, period. Many of these weapons are surprisingly creative—a chainsaw on an assault rifle?!—and nearly all of them feel great to use.
(Live-action adaptations only)
48: Excitebike Arena
Legendary and exotic guns in Destiny all have names. Some of those names are pretty good.
1. Utah Jazz - Karl Malone and John Stockton
(Main playable characters only.)
1. Slaying of the firstborn